It didn't take long for Windsor to breakdown in jail. While still waiting for his long cold trip up to Montana, Bill sent in this hand written (penmanship is not his strong suit) motion for an emergency stay.
Just in case you are not up to date on reading psychotic writing, here is what it says:
"William M Windsor ("Plaintiff") hereby files this emergency motion for stay.
1. The plaintiff was incarcerated at the Ellis County jail following the Oct 28, 2014 hearing.
2. The plaintiff was not given a phone call until after midnight. He was unable to reach anyone.
3. On October 29, 2014 the plaintiff learned that the the Montana Court will not accept an Ellis County or Texas bond.
4. The plaintiff began work on a Montana bond but the necessary funds required some time with getting a check from the plaintiff's family, getting it to the jail for signature, and overnighting it to Montana.
5. The plaintiff is not being allowed to see his case files or access his computers, so the plaintiff is unable to prepare the reply to defendant Sean Fleming's response to the plaintiff's motion to declare him a private individual.
6. Therefore, the plaintiff requests a stay of at least 48 hours after he is released from incarceration.
7. this will not impact the TCPA motion since this court has previously allowed a stay to extend the time.
8 As the plaintiff writes this late afternoon on October 29, he feels like he will dismiss the lawsuit. The plaintiff feels that the bad guys have won and his life has been ruined and now destroyed. The plaintiff's third amended verified petition is contingent upon the plaintiff as a private individual. The plaintiff feels very strongly that the case law establishes that, but without even being able to identify the true defendants after 10 months, it is probably time to dismiss and the plaintiff may be facing the rest of his life in prison for providing defendant Sean Boushie with service copies of documents filed in this case.
9. The plaintiff asks the court to order a stay until at least 48 hours after the plaintiff is released. This will give him time to reply on the private individual motion or dismiss the case. Respectfully Submitted, 29 October 2014 William Windsor.
The plaintiff will serve this on all defendants except Sean Boushie once he is released. The plaintiff asks that the clerk or court coordinator provide this to the defendants except Sean Boushie"
Several huge red flags that should be going off in Judge Bob Carroll's mind here. He can't serve Sean Boushie? Is this the same person you were just begging Carroll to serve sanctions on for refusing to respond? Seems like you have some perjury you need to admit to in front of the Judge here. Why are you getting a check from your family? You swore to the court that you no longer have a family because of the actions of the defendants. How is it your family is bailing you out now? More perjury before the court? So after 10 months you still don't have the "true defendants". I wonder if the current defendants think they were fake? Are you finally admitting that you have no clue why you are suing people and just hoping the judge would never ask? Don't these current defendants who you admit were sued wrongfully deserve restitution for this injustice?
Judge Carroll has a fiduciary and moral obligation to step in and restore justice to the defendants named in this fake lawsuit. Windsor lied to get his foot in the door, and now that it has slammed on him, the lies are flying all over the place.